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federal reserve building on market street. you know more about the confrontation, the second one in two days. you have a fencing that's up near the trees where there were encampments. you also have the police line, to do not cross line. out in front of the federal reserve, you have federal police officers there just keeping an eye on the situation. they do not want occupy protesters coming back. they do not want that to happen even though protesters are vowing to reoccupy the space. i want to show you video from overnight. things got heated between police and protester. it started by five protesters who showed up at the site. they said they were going to take over. it was basically standing around for a little bit. there's a group of about 30 that joined the five. that's when things changed a
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little bit. they started throwing bottles at the officers and police had to call in reinforcements. we have not been able to confirm if there were any arrests out of that confrontation a. protester said there was one person taken into custody. again, that has not been confirmed. we do know that the protesters had dispersed on their own once those extra officers arrived. we're following this closely because it follows the clearing of an etch campment on wednesday night and wednesday morning. that ended in 45 arrests. the situation as it stands now is quiet. we come back out here live to market street and right in front of the federal reserve,ing see the officers standing there. cones up. again, no protesters in sight here. the situation as it stands, you have the protesters who say we're determined to come back, and the police are saying we're not going to let you come back. that's why you have these
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things up. claude dean wong. 22-year-old oliver -- faces several charges, including aggravated assault on a police officer. there was a community uproar after a plain clothed officer shot him during a foot chase. now, investigators say he was a gang member armed with a gun and headed to avenge the killing of a friend. >> the case is just one of a number of violent cases in the mission district. people marched through the streets calling for peace. they say they're not asking for much. they just want a safe neighborhood for their children. a teacher accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student is due in court. he's being held on the suspicion of lewd acts with a
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child under 14. he taught sixth grade. he also coached volleyball and basketball at albany middle school since 2008. a police search continues for a morgan hill mother accused of using her young mother to shoplift and abandon a child. pam, police say a woman used her daughter to shoplift and left her when security approached. they say last week she and her 10-year-old daughter filled their cart with $150 worth of groceries and then keiland told the girl to wait by the exit when she pulled up in her car. store employees realized they didn't pay and they approached the girl. officers say that's when keiland drove off in her car. the grandmother ended up taking custody of her. two weeks prior to this, they
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have surveillance video of keiland shoplifting from the safeway again. investigators have been unable to find her. police say she's known to drive a green ford explore with a wyoming license plate of 411118. morgan hill says they would like your help. if you've seen her, please give them a call. reporting live, ktvu news. there's reports this morning connecting al-qaeda to the american consulate in libya. and they're being criticized for how they protect diplomats. you will hear what intelligence officials are revealing now. well, nobel peace prize winner from burma comes in for
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a historic visit. it's an event organized by silicon valley tech billionaires. this also features other global activists. she'll be addressing the local burmese community. the tour included meeting president obama. the post office will default on billions of dollars on a health care fund for future retirees. this is the second postal service default in two months, but the default is said to not impact daily post office operations and employees will still be paid. in just a few hours, a groundbreaking ceremony to extend bart to san jose. the focus will be on work to fremont. the project includes widening
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mission boulevard and enhancing the area for pedestrians. two bart bridges will be installed. work is due to be finished in 2015. >> all right. time now, 5:06. sal is back. did you make sure all the drivers had their morning coffee before they hit the road? >> just like i said yesterday, every day is national coffee day. yesterday was really national coffee day. >> get your coffee. i think things are doing pretty well if you're driving out there pretty soon, i think you're going to like what you see, but there's a little bit of fog. you may want to leave the house a few minutes early. the fog is getting better. as we've been watching this, we started at 4:30, the very first report on the air, we saw little of this commute. now we're seeing more of it. the fog may be lifting here. steve is going to be with me here in just a moment to talk about the fog. let's talk about the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic is moving along nicely coming into san francisco.
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there are no major problems into the city. this is 280. it's a nice quiet commute. almost looks like things are standing still. >> boy, i tell you, thank you. when is national chai tea day. that's what i want. you folks in santa rosa. livermore airport is 95. closer to town it was 91. san jose 81. only down one. now, areas of fog in san jose. that was not the case yesterday. concord 88. yesterday, 83 today and santa rosa, 77. cool coast, warm to hot inland. everything says we'll start warming up saturday. then we'll really warm up sunday and monday and then it looks like it will collapse as
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the area of low pressure merges to the north. these temperatures, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s. there will be a huge difference tomorrow. there's a difference today, tomorrow will be even bigger. na pap is out -- napa is out there. this low continues to sit here and kind of float around. we're waiting for high pressure to come in behind that system. that starts tomorrow. some of the fog is very thick. be careful. reduced visibility. hazy, warm inland, not as hot as yesterday. 60s, 70s, upper 80s. it does show signs of getting warmer inland on saturday. we'll see if the coast gets in on this. we'll go with it a little bit. fog burning off sooner. 5:09 is the time now. a new tip in the mysterious death of jimmy hoffa, the soil sample being tested for human remains, and what a dying man
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says he saw. well, that's the unusual place for a dog to get trapped. were firefighters able to get her out? good morning, westbound 24 right here it looks pretty good as you're driving up to the tunnel. we'll tell you more about the morning commute and the bay weather.
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welcome back to the ktvu morning news. there's a happy reunion for a
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sonoma county dog and her owners. her owner escaped through an open gate and then look what happened. she got stuck in an 18-inch culvert that runs under the road near their home. it was a difficult task for firefighters to help rescue the pup. they had to move dirt and bolders before cutting the pipe and freeing that little dog. 5:12, new this morning soldiers in kenya stage a predawn attack on a rebel group. the kenyan military has taken control of case mayo. the fighting go on. now losing that port city would be important because those militants have been taxing goods coming into the port. now the united states is monitoring the situation. there are reports connecting the attack in libya
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to al-qaeda. there's a growing controversy about why american diplomats were not protected better. allison? >> reporter: u.s. officials say their investigation is evolving and they're learning more every day about who was behind that attack on the u.s. consulate in libya that killed four diplomats, including the u.s. am am. >> u.s -- intelligent officials believe the weapons were provided and most of the fighters. top officials say there was some intelligence ahead of the attack about terror groups in benghazi. >> there was nothing specific and certainly not a specific threat to the consulate that i'm aware of. >> now the obama administration is under fierce criticism from
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republicans for not doing more to protect u.s. diplomats in libya and how it's managed this crisis. i will have more on that during my next update. allison burns, ktvu news. following up on a tip of the death of jimmy hoffa almost 40 years ago. today police will take soil samples. a man dying of cancer told police he saw someone being buried under a concrete slab back in the 1975. neighbors are doubtful saying more people would have seen that if it was true. >> everybody was watch out for everybody. you could ride down the block and somebody knew you. they would say, you better watch out. i'm going to tell your mom on you. we knew what was going on. >> if the soil sample tests positive for human remains, they will excavate the site. the judge overseeing the
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colorado movie massacre case will release document this is morning. most of them will be released to the public in the next two hours. they may tell us more about the suspect, james holmes, and that shooting where 12 people were killed, 58 others were injured in july. holmes is facing 152 charges. new information this morning about a deadly plane crash in redwood city who years ago. federal investigators have now determined the small plane that plunged into a lagoon lost power in one of its engines before its crash. the plane took off from the airport in september 2010. it went up about 650 feet and plummeted to the ground. the three people on board were killed. city college of san francisco will close its castro campus. according to the examiner board of trustees voted unanimously on the cuts last night. classes offered at the two sites will not be canceled.
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they're working to dig themselves out of a hole that threatens its accreditation. they have to submit an action plan. >> tonight is the start of fright nights at mystery house. the grounds of this reportedly haunted home of sarah winchester is going to be filled with haunted attractions. the house tour is guaranteed to get you into the halloween spirit. fright nights run through saturday, november 3rd. >> i'm in the halloween spirit, not holiday yet, although the decorations are out. halloween first. >> christmas decorations are out. >> i know. it's crazy. >> just try costco. you will see christmas. good morning, everybody. let's go out and take a look at the commute. traffic is moving along well around the bay. we don't have a lot going on. there's a little bit of fog. you can tell because you see the headlights appearing out of
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nowhere. we can't see very far. if you're driving out there, make sure you're aware the fog is out there. the morning commute is out there. bay bridge toll plaza, not too foggy here. in the south bay, things looking nice on both areas. we have a system moving into the north, which will cool us down for one day here, not much change, really, by the coast. inland temps warm to hot. the city actually made it to 66 degrees yesterday, but still below average. average is 70 now. things can be warmer than this, but this will be the official temperature. 40s to 60s. 48 in if you're by the coast,
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it's on the cool to mild side. if you're around the bay, it's nice, but if you're inland, it's warm to hot. temperatures anywhere from 60 to 90 degrees. it looks likethe inland temps start to warm up. the markets opened the day with gains today. after spain announced a budget that cuts government spending, many are losing ground right now. overnight markets in the east finished with gains on the final day of the trading week. china was up. japan down less than 1%. checking in on our numbers, despite the fact that the news
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came in on consumer confidence. it actually surged to its highest level since february, even though the u.s. economy is weak. there's a pretty good drop on the opening. the dow is up 70 points. also this morning, starbucks announced its name will be on a store in india next month. it will be a 50/50 venture. the store will be in an upscale neighborhood in mumbai. it plans to have 50 outlets before the end of the year. >> ta ta. 5:20. if you will be in san francisco this evening, watch out for the bikes. it's a special critical mass event. how you commute will be affected. >> and leaving the suburbs behind for a spot downtown. the reason more people are actually moving to the center of cities. >> make sure you get ktvu news to the ktvu app. it's free. click on the live icon.
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during the same shutdown last summer. put the city in gridlock. it's part of a billion dollar highway improvement project. 2,000 bicycle riders from all over the world are expected to be in san francisco tonight. it's for the 20th anniversary of the critical mass movement. now the big bike ride take place on the last day of the month. critical mass riders say the popularity of bike riding has grown in the last 20 years. >> it seemed to become more fashionable. definitely for me, i find the easiest way to get around town. i always know how long it's going to take me to get somewhere, which is if you're riding a car or transit, you don't know how long you need to plan in advance for a delay of sorts. >> so here's a heads up. critical mass kicks off at 6:00 tonight. yeah, expect delays. dozens of really smart people
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are competing in facebook's hack-a-thon. they're creating websites to help high school students get into and succeed in college. organizers are interested in helping low income students with their college plans. 30 grants will be handed out to the best proposals. a new report raises questions about credentials for california teachers. it found out that 20% of teachers were not properly credentialed for the classes they had last year. some call the problem frustrating since many teachers who were fully credentialed were laid off in recent years. new information shows more americans are living downtown. the census bureau says 6% of the entire american population live near town halls. new orleans saw the largest decline. americans are moving into downtown areas to be closer to
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their jobs. 5:25 is the time. let's check in with sal. things are actually okay. so far we don't have a lot going on, just like we like it on this friday. just as we like it on this friday. i want to correct myself on the air. this is a look at the northbound 280 getting up to highway 17. it is a nice looking drive here. as you see, you can drive all the way up with little or no delay. the morning commute is looking good on 680 southbound if you're driving from pleasantton to fremont to san jose, it's nice drive. no may problem -- major problems along the coast. the system moving into the north is going to send inland temps down after yesterday's rapid warmup. it will ease back today. 60s through 80s. the weekend looks hot. we'll have more coming up. 5:26 is the time right now.
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america's cup, the complaints from people helping to set up the event. an east bay grocery store robbed at gunpoint. for the second day in a row, the scary scene that unfolded last night. >> a middle schooler is killed on a road. what neighbors have to say about the safety of that road. for
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well, good morning to you. this is channel 2 morning news. the favorite day of the week,
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friday, september 28th. i'm dave clark. >> i'm pam cook. it's chilly for me out there this morning, just to let you know. >> well, maybe the afternoon will be a little warmer. there's a loot of fog out there. we have some areas yesterday that were very warm to hot. others that were stuck in the fog and 60s and 70s. not much changed today. inland temps come in today. there's a sign of a good warmup. here eusocial. good morning, traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza. people are showing up, but there's not a crowd yet. no problems on the bridge. also, northbound 280 getting up to highway 17, this traffic is moving along nicely as you drive through downtown. let's go back to the desk. people are calling calling for safety changes after a girl was hit and killed on a busy street. it happened right near san marine drive. christian captain is this morning with marathon young
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victim and why people say this street is a problem. >> it's certainly a concern for people living here. we're on the stretch of road you're talking about. we may be able to see some of the police evidence markers leftover from the accident. the girl's bicycle wound up near a pole nearby. a 12-year-old girl, haley ratliff was riding her bike at 3:15 when she was hit by a white suv. emergency crews showed up. the girl was taken by ambulance to the hospital and airlifted to children's hospital in oakland where she was pronounced dead. the authorities say the driver stopped at the scene and is cooperating with the investigation. people living near the accident scene say this stretch of road can be dangerous. >> after this, i'm just scared to death about letting them ride. the cars come really, really fast. 50 miles an hour and the bike path is right there.
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there's no separation. >> when we arrived here about 4:00 this morning, we found that candles and teddy bears had been set up as a memorial to the girl. there's also an online tribute, a facebook memorial page. we'll continue to follow this story and talk with drivers and commuters and pedestrians as they come through this area to find out ha they feel about walking down this stretch of road later this morning. we're live, ktvu channel 2 news. overnight news, one man is in the hospital after a traumatic and fatal accident. just after midnight the california highway patrol says a 35-year-old man's car lit the wall and came to a stop in the middle lanes. the collision knocked out his lights, making his car hard to see. that's when he got out of his car and was hit by another driver. the impact sent him through the windshield of that other car. he died at the scene. the condition of the person that hit him has not opinion
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released released. masked gunmen robbed a grocery store, the second one this week. it happened in oakland. two gunmen robbed the grocery outlet store at 29th and broadway about 9:00 just before closing. now, witnesses say the men pistol whipped a store clerk, stole cash and escaped. all of this comes two days after a san leandro safeway store was robbed. demonstrators vow they will reoccupy an occupy camp that police raided. let me give you a look at the situation right now. you have the san francisco police line barricades going up to keep people from going into the federal reserve building.
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the police officers have their protective gear on, just making sure that things things are quiet out here. you can see on the street the top of the san francisco police cars, those have been also parked here all night long as they keep an eye on the things on the street. there are barricades where protesters have set up camp in the past. things did get heated last night and a little messy out here as garbage cans knocked over. it looks like five people showed up. we're standing out and around. then we're joined by a group of 30 and that's when things got a little hotter. they actually started throwing bottles at the police officers. police called in reinforcements. we don't know if there are any arrests, but they were dispersed when the extra officers arrived on scene. this follows what happened the night before and show you the
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video of what happened that night before things cleared up. that got even more heated, about 45 people arrested after they cleared out that space. that's really what led to this back and forth between protesters and police. the protesters said we're going to come back. we're going to occupy that space again and police have taken a stand saying that's not going to happen on their watch. a handful of officers are out here. it is quiet. as we saw overnight, if things change, they will call in extra people. we're going to continue to keep an eye on it for you. we'll keep you updated on the morning news. live here in san francisco, claudine wong, ktvu news. a man you just lost his job went on a killing rampage. he returned to the sign making business he worked and opened fire yesterday. he shot eight people. four of them died.
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three are in critical season. afterwards, he turned the weapon on himself. police in body armor searched his home for evidence. last year, 458 people died in work related homicide. the southern california man believed to be behind the antimuslim film that sparked riots around the world is in protective custody. 55-year-old nakoula basseley nakoula from earlier this month, he was taken into custody yesterday afternoon on suspicion of violating the terms of his probation, which includes lying to investigators and using aliases. he may face new charges that could carry a two-year sentence. he'll remain behind bars until his next hearing because he's considered a flight risk. time is 5:36. the crisis in syria will be the center of a meeting in new york. hillary clinton hosted the talks. they will be urging groups that
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oppose syrian president assad to unite. the talks will not include russia, china, or iran. crisis in syria has led to more than 30,000 deaths. well, the white house says israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu will be getting a cal from president obama today. this is a followup to the speeches at the united nations. yesterday netanyahu drew a red line there on a diagram of a bomb saying iran was close to finishing the second stage of nuclear enrichment. the israeli leader and president obama disagree on how to handle iran. some say president obama snubbed netanyahu by not meeting him in person. >> that's comedian roseanne barr in oakland. she had two big goals. one, she wants to become president and, two, she wants
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to legalize marijuana. she's a presidential nominee. we'll tell you what she admitted to ktvu during this forum and campaign event. stay tuned for the details. there are complaints that one of the contractors work on the america's cup is paying less than san francisco's wage. they're investigating claims that people who set up tents for the yacht race are not being paid enough. there are also claims that not as many local workers are being hired, as promised. our time is 5:37, the pedestrian bridge will hope today in san jose where an amtrak train killed a toddler back in 2005. he was under the care of a baby- sitter's friend who was trying to get three young children across those tracks. now the walkway is designed to allow a safer access to a shopping center. it will cross over monterey
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road. the mother of the child is scheduled to be at a ribbon cutting ceremony. >> we want to check back in with sal. hopefully the commute is moving along smoothly. >> we're doing well out there. there's not a lot going on, just like we like it. we don't like to have a list of stuff. right now we're getting our wish here. westbound bay bridge toll plaza is light. sometimes on a friday we have better than usual days, but the last few we have not. people ask where did friday light go? well that, seemed like a summer phenomenon. bay bridge toll plaza looks all right. this is a look at intersate 880. that looks pretty good. there's fog out there, as steve and i have been telling you. you may want to give yourself extra time. you may need to use your windshield wipers in places this morning. traffic looks good coming into the west valley. 5:39, let's go to steve. we have thick areas of fog.
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fog on the coast. not change there. hayward, oakland, santa rosa already reporting reduced visibility. temperatures will be close to yesterday's numbers coast and bay. inland they will come down. santa rosa just rocking it up to 90. the system to the north, concord, 88 to 83 today. san jose, they did not have low clouds yesterday. they have those today. 81, that was it yesterday. it's warmer away from downtown san jose. i've seen projections of about 73. i just didn't buy that. city made it to 66 officially yesterday. now, there's other areas that are warmer. we'll go to officially to 64 today. 59 degrees, it's really cool. upper 50s to 60s for others. that's at the airport in livermore. the airport tends to be one of the warmer locations in that vicinity. winds a southwest at 12. it's going to be much cooler.
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some areas will continue to be warm to hot. we have to get that in oregon. cool on the coast, warm inland, not as warm as yesterday. still remains to be scene if we get that wind to clear out the coast. en land temps warm up to the hot category. thick morning fog, hazy warm to hot inland. temperatures from 60s, 70s, to near 90 degrees. on the extended outlook with your weekend always in view. getting warmer saturday and it looks very warm inland sunday and monday and especially tuesday. >> all right. steve, time now, 5:40, a bay area toll taker accused of a shocking crime. what led to his arrest. >> plus, a new emergency alert station is in place at bart stations. we'll let you know how it's protecting riders during an earthquake. >> southbound 101 as you approach the interchange, we'll tell you about it straight ahead.
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away from the coast, cool to mild. good morning to you. here's a look at the top stories we're following for you right now at 5:43, a girl has died after being hit by a car. it happened yesterday afternoon as she was riding her bike home from school. the neighbors say the area where she was hit is a dangerous one and safety improvements need to be made. >> a hearing set for a teacher in albany accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a former student. he taught sixth grade and coached sports at albany middle
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school. he's being held on suspicion of committing lewd acts with a child under the age of 14. san francisco police are guarding an occupy camp in downtown san francisco that was raided late wednesday night. now a handful of protesters say they're going to take back the area outside the federal reserve building on market street. a man who works as a bay bridge toll plaza -- bay bridge toll taker is accused of assaulting a woman in vallejo. he allegedly assaulted her and threatened her with a gun. he was arrested at his home on wednesday right near the scene of the crime. ross mercury my returned to court. he pled guilty to an account of false imprisonment after he grabbed his wife and bruised her arm.
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he was ordered to undergo a year of domestic violence counseling. next month the board of supervisors is going to vote on whether or not he should keep his job. >> election news, president obama and republican challenger mitt romney will be raising campaign cash today on the east coast. now, mitt romney will make stops in philadelphia and boston. fundraisers are expected to generate about $8 million. president obama, he'll be keeping his campaign close to washington. he has three fundraising events scheduled. now over the weekend both candidates will be getting ready for next wednesday's presidential debate in denver. also in the race for president, roseanne barr who raged against politics as usual in oakland. >> government is not supposed to be run like a business. >> barr is the peace and freedom party's presidential nominee. he attended a forum on medical marijuana last night.
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>> do you spoke marijuana? >> i certainly do. i have a prescription and absolutely i do smoke marijuana and i have for several years, most of my life, as a matter of fact, at this point. >> roseanne's running mate is antiwar activist cindy sheehan. they hope to get people registered to the peace and freedom party. a cocaine ring has been broken up. they move drugs between california and colorado every month. i want to show you what they say they found. agents say this is a mound of cocaine that was trafficked from los angeles to the denver metro area. they worked together to break up this ring. they arrested 10 mexican nationals who were here illegally. more than 25-kilograms of cocaine or 5 pounds are off the
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streets. >> authorities say they confiscated drugs and about $150,000 in cash. they say the drugs are often smuggled using secret compartments inside of vehicles. those suspects could face as many as 60 years in prison. now scientists have proof there was water on mars at one time. the rover curiosity sent pictures. these pictures show what appears to be a gravel stream bed. water moved in that channel and could have been going as fast as 3 feet per second. >> wow, 5:47. bart has welcome the first transit agency in america to install an early warning system that can reportedly detect major earthquakes seconds before they happen. now, the system was developed with the help of scientists. it uses sensors. once a quake is detected, an alert is sent out to a compute to reactually slow down bart trains. it's all designed to reduce the
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risk of either a derailment or injuries to passengers. a system is being used in japan right now that's similar. back over to sal, checking in on the commute on this friday morning. >> also the morning commute looks good if you're driving westbound on bay bridge, the traffic the moving along nicely into san francisco. no problems in the south bay. not only 101. people worried about slow traffic, it would be a nice time to go. 5:49. let's go to steve. happy friday, we have a system moving to the north that will take the edge off of some
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of the high temperatures. reduced visibility, some of the fog heads back to the coast and stays there. we're waiting for it tomorrow and sunday to get the northeast wind. there's plenty to go around today. even with the fog burning off, inland temps looks like 80s and 90s. we start off 40s to 50s to 60s. a sea breeze, not that strong but a little stronger than yesterday. that system up there will prevent us from warming up today. high pressure is supposed to follow in behind that. we'll start tomorrow, areas of fog solid on the coast. warm to hot inland, not as warm to hot as yesterday. it still remains to be scene. the northwest wind, does not look like it's going to develop. there's a puff or a hint of an offshore breeze. inland temps look hot. coastal, 70s and maybe 80s if everything came in. it doesn't look like that's going to happen. thick fog, warm to hot inland. temperatures from 60 to 90
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degrees. so just a tremendous spread for the end of the september here. getting warmer on saturday. sunday, monday, tuesday, away from the coast, warm to hot. around the coast, probably warm. consumer spending is up. that's according to a report. personal income rose a bit as well buzz because of the rise in spending the savings rate dropped. that's a big decline in a year. the rate for a 30-year fixed interest loan dropped to 3.4% this week. the rate for a 15-year mortgage is 2.73, which is also an all- time low. time now, 5:51. angry words between the pitcher of the oakland as and the police chief of stockton. >> it's the wild west, the boys in blue are out gunned. >> why he has to move out of their central valley hometown.
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just the thought of them scares people, but could california's great white sharks get federal protection? dan hurd: when i was a child, california was a leader in education funding.
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erika derry: and the fact that california isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools. suzan solomon: the money stays at the school site. cade derry: what i would really like to see is that the teachers... that were laid off come back to the school. navaz hurd: a smaller class size. navaz hurd: as a mom i want that. as a teacher i want that. prop 38 is an opportunity of a generation.
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good morning. some thick fog out there. once that burden of -- one of the stars of the oakland as
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says angrily it's time to move out of his central valley hometown. >> they said the only advice they could give me to protect myself was to take my grandmother and move. unless i'm shooting or unless they're shooting at me, they just don't come. >> that's dallas braden during a wednesday night antiviolence meeting he had a heated argument with the police chief. braden was assaulted in his car and his grandmother's home was ransacked. stockton police say they're short staffed. it's the 10th most violent city in the u.s. last year. the boys and girls club in vallejo is without its electronic equipment. a burglary happened sometime between 6:00 p.m. on wednesday and 7:30 yesterday morning near minidrive. investigators say the suspects got in through a classroom
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window. >> time now, 5:55. if you will be flying in or out of san francisco international airport this weekend, expect flight delays again. it's the third weekend in a row crews will be out there installing new runway lights and upgrading safety systems. one of the main runways will close at 10:00 tonight. it won't reopen until 8:00 monday morning. that will cause delays of up to an hour. it's been a year since a six-year-old girl was killed. the city is still investigating the need for a stop sign there. she was hit by a car as she walked to school with her mother and sisters. before that, an 8-year-old was hit by a car. the city has installed flashing lights. the people who use that intersection say it's just not enough. >> great white sharks off the west coast are being considered for an endangered species list. according to the research,
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there are only about 400 great whites left. it's illegal to kill them. the government is allowed to impose more restrictions to better protect the sharks. federal regulators will make the decision by june. residents ask visit the academy of sciences for free this weekend. it's part of every friday through saturday through the end of october. you can enter for free this weekend. all you have to do is enter for proof of that. every adult can bring up to 6 kids. >> six? >> yeah, if you have six kids, head over to the academy of sciences. sal, people are headed out the door now, but it's feeling friday light? >> we're hoping it is. we're hoping it's going to be a friday light. we have not had one of those in a while. today would be a good day to start. let's go out and take a look at what we have now. this is a look at northbound 280 as you get up towards highway -- it's a nice drive
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with no major problems. again, we have not had a lot of problems. there's a backup in some of those lanes, but that's about all. happy driving, and we'll tell you more coming up. coming up next a morgan hill mom on the run. she's accused of using her young daughter in a supermarket scam. >> there's a hearing today for a suspected gang member who was shot by san francisco police. public anger over this story. we'll bring you the details. good morning. yesterday some areas warmed up. we'll see if there are any changes for the weekend, coming up.
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a deadly accident. we'll tell you what neighbors have to say about this stretch of road. >> police are on the lookout for a mother on the run. we'll tell you about the crime officers say she committed right before abandoning her daughter

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